What is the Scholastic Book Fair E-Wallet? It’s so cool! It allows a parent to:
-Securely give money to each of your kids to buy books
-Pre-authorize the amount to control kids spending
-Make funds immediately available for use
-Only get charged for what your child purchases
-Use a credit card remotely for payment
-Receive a refund for any monies not spent
On Friday, February 24, the E-wallet goes live. Go to our book fair homepage and click on the Get Started button next to the blue e cent sign.
ONLINE SHOPPING Starts this Saturday, February 24th and runs through March 16!
Check our homepage for the link!
We’ve gone tiny!! This is all of our studio! Welcome to CNN!
Our Pod A Players members will be using these to make monsters!
We have set up a new collection in our library! Over in the non-fiction section you will find a set of shelves dedicated to STEAM, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math. We pulled out books already in our collection that support these topics and the design process. We also received a generous grant from the PTA to start supplementing the collection. We are excited to share these resources with everyone!
FactCite is a fully searchable online information resource brought to you by The Lincoln Library Press. It includes the following resources databases listed below. All have audio read-along capabilities (icon in the upper left corner), can be added to Google classroom (icon in the upper right corner), and MLA 8 citations available (bottom of every entry). To access your preview, go to http://www.factcite.com. Contact Mrs. Perisino or check the Media News bulletin board for login information.
-FactCite 123 (for primary grades)
-Biography for Beginners
-Shapers of Society
-U.S. and World Biography
-Countries and Cultures
-Defining Moments in American History